Yale researcher Mark Brackett says helping students to develop empathy can make teachers more effective and students more successful. “One teacher used to go home with welts on her body because these kids were so emotionally challenged that they were kicking and hitting her,” Brackett says. “Since she’s been doing emotional literacy for two years, she’s had no incidents.” Read more >>
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